Lenovo Erazer X315 Review
Introducing Lenovo Erazer X315: a low cost gaming desktop
Lenovo Erazer X315 is a slick desktop PC geared towards gamers. Everything you need to know about the Lenovo Erazer X315, including impressions and analysis, photos, video, release date, prices, specs.
Gaming desktops are typically the territory of high-end PC gamers who like designing custom systems through the exhaustive configurations offered by companies such as Origin PC and Alienware.
But systems such as those, including the unique new Alienware Area 51 reboot, can cost thousands of dollars. Lenovo believes there is room for a more budget-minded gaming desktop, especially as many gamers are only looking to play mainstream games at 1,920×1,080 resolutions, and don’t need the liquid cooling systems or multiple GPU setups that the most enthusiastic PC gamers insist on (nor do they need Intel’s new high-end Haswell-E processors).
Video about Lenovo Erazer X315 Desktop
The oddly spelled Erazer X315 takes an existing system, the mid-price Erazer gaming desktop, and configures it with AMD processors and graphics, to bring the starting price down to $600. Worldwide pricing and availability has yet to be announced, but converted prices are about £360 or AU$650.
The Erazer will be contain up to a 3.7GHz AMD A10-7850K CPU, Radeon R9 260 GPU, and 2TB of storage space, although the starting configuration will be less ambitious than that.
Source: Dan Ackerman
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